Vote!Comstock Public Schools offers you this information about upcoming elections in our area. We encourage you to research the items on your ballot, and then VOTE.

To find out if you are registered, and to see what is on YOUR ballot, visit the Michigan Voter Information Center.


2023 KRESA Enhancement Millage

On Tuesday, May 2, 2023, voters will be asked to decide whether to renew a 1.5-mill property tax millage for six years that supports the operations of all public and private schools — including Comstock! — operating within districts in Kalamazoo County.

Each school district and charter school receives the same per-student amount, which is approximately $425/student, which translates to around $750,000 for Comstock Public Schools.

Since the enhancement millage is a renewal, it would not cause any increase in tax rates. Homeowners would pay based on the taxable value of their home, which is typically about half of the market value. A homeowner with a home with a taxable value of $75,000 (approximate market value of $150,000) pays around $112.50/year, which is approximately $9.38/month.

To read the language that will appear on your ballot on May 2, 2023, please visit Michigan’s Voter Information Center online at You can also check your voter registration status, apply for an absent voter ballot, or find your polling location on Michigan’s Secretary of State website:

Click here to see a list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions about this millage request.

School Board Elections

For more information on how to become a school board member, please call Comstock Township Clerk, Nicole Beauchamp, at 381-2360.